Warwick and Warwick

Warwick and Warwick Model Railway Auction Report 17th July 2019

24th July 2019

The lovely sunny weather drew out many of our keen bidders and with 489 lots on offer in our model railway section they had plenty to keep them happy!

In our G gauge section this Bachmann Spectrum DCC Ready Two-Truck Heisler Pardee Curtin Lumber Co. 8 locomotive realised £216.

 

This Kemilway kitbuilt BR 34005 ‘Barnstaple’ 4-6-2 locomotive and tender sold for £252. 

 

And this USA Trains Rio Grande 5954 EMD GP9 No. 22119 achieved £204.

 

Moving on to the O gauge section this Hornby LMS 6954 tank locomotive realised £120.

 

This Hornby LNER 4472 Flying Scotsman locomotive and tender sold for £150.

 

And this Hornby LMS 6100 ‘Royal Scot’ locomotive and tender achieved £156.

 

In the OO gauge section this DJH Kits 1997 ‘Private W. Wood V.C.’ 4-6-0 locomotive and tender, expertly constructed and finished by N/W/ Models realised £204.

 

And this Fulgurex Swiss Be 4/6 SBB/CFF electric locomotive No. 1602 sold for £312.

 

There was an excellent selection of Wrenn locomotives offered in this sale. Highlights included this LMS Coronation 8P class 6221 ‘Queen Elizabeth’ No. W2301 locomotive and tender which achieved £360.

 

This SR streamlined Bullied Pacific SR 21C101 ‘Exeter’ No. W2276 locomotive and tender realised £432.

 

And this SR streamlined Bullied Pacific SR 21C101 ‘Exeter’ Golden Arrow No. W2276/5P locomotive and tender realised £ 384.

Our next Model Railway auction will be held on Wednesday 18th September 2019. The full catalogue for this sale will be on our website in the next few weeks or keep an eye on our Twitter and Facebook pages which will include updates of our latest auction news.

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